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Diane logged 661 miles.

Last workout almost 6 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    good Bluffs 3 mi

    Hilly good run.

  2. RUN
    good Highline Canal 3 mi

    Beautiful day to be out.

  3. RUN
    good Easy run 00:45

    As I start to get down to race weight and build my endurance my focus right now is building my base and eating health. Nice easy runs are the key for me right now.

  4. RUN
    good Running 00:35

    Nice to be out and stating back. Just an easy pace, but I was happy with the run.

  5. I am thinking that I am going to start posting workouts again for accountabliblity. Last year was a year of a lot of changes and I got off track. I am starting from the ground up this time, but t... read more

  6. Very funny! I don't do ups:-)

  7. Heart Disease.....Stay ahead of it Coachprs

    • Kari M.
      Kari M.

      Thank you for sharing this information. I work in cardiology, specifically in cardiac testing, I stress test everyone from the athlete to the elderly. Knowing your cholesterol levels are important, but knowing the change in you cholesterol over the past few years and your family history play a huge roll on your personal impact, so echoing what the coach said, check your cholesterol. This is not letting me type more, so I will add a second feed.

      about 7 years ago Like2 people

    • Kari M.
      Kari M.

      A single EKG will tell you your heart rhythm and so information on your past, but a stress echo or a nuclear stress test will give you tons more information, these studies are about 90% sensitive to picking up ischemic heart disease. I is nearly impossible to simulate the conditions of an extreme sport like marathons or triathlons. But doing steps like coach recommends like family history, cholesterol and stress test will help you stay ahead of game.

      about 7 years ago Like2 people

    • Kari M.
      Kari M.

      So, know your history, stay on top of physicals and proper preventative testing, stay properly hydrated and eat a balanced diet. That is all you can do. Thanks coach, love Kari (mother, runner, triathlete, exercise physiologist and cancer survivor!!!!!)

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

    • Darryl K.
      Darryl K.

      Good advice coach.

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

  8. FIT
    great Home gym 01:15

    I worked my back, Shoulders, and abs. Felt so good to get this in along with the run

  9. RUN
    great Estes Park 5 mi

    Nice easy run....well as easy as it can get here in the mountains:-)

  10. Prayers to the two Philadelphia Marathoner's that died today & their families. ... read more

    • Craig M.
      Craig M.

      so sad :-(

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Brian B.
      Brian B.

      very sad

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Diane D.
      Diane D.

      Yes, it is very sad. We always feel like we are invincible since we are athletes. We still need check ups from DR.

      about 7 years ago Like

    • Rob R.
      Rob R.

      It is scary as many times these are conditions that are there and undetected by doctors like a ticking time bomb.

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

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  12. Last night's podcast on body image Coachprs

  13. "If you run, you are a runner. It doesn't matter how fast or how far. It doesn't matter if today is your first day or if you've been running for twenty years. There is no test t... read more

  14. If you missed our podcast last night you can download it on iTunes

  15. Are you taking your fitness for granted? What is a healthy heart? These questions and a discussion on heart disease the number 1 cause of death for women. Tonight on our podcast read more

    • Ann B.

      I am going to try to listen on my iPad. I don't know if it allows me to join in but we'll see.

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

  16. Had an awesome run & did a back, shoulder, and core/ab workout! Feels so good. I'll get another swim in this afternoon. The storm is rolling in. We could see the clouds moving in fast when... read more

  17. Shared Photo

    Just some fun:-)

  18. I had a great run this AM. Lot's of Elk hanging out on the trail, but it was amazing to get out and get it done. I'll get my swim in this afternoon. I'm bad at counting my laps, so I... read more

    • Nico B.
      Nico B.

      That's great, I may have to try that. I always lose track, my approach is: when in doubt, do another lap.

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

    • Bryan D.
      Bryan D.

      When I swim, I use the lap counter on my watch to keep track. The battery on that watch has been dead for a while. I haven't swum lately.

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

    • Jeff C.
      Jeff C.

      I use the sets on an odd interval 1:31 per 100 = 1:31, 3:02, 4:33, 6:04... the ones digit counts your laps for you...I just have to remember what I left on last time...

      about 7 years ago Like1 person

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      about 7 years ago Like1 person

    • Rob R.
      Rob R.

      Double YEEHAAW since I am already a subscriber! I don't know what would be more cool, a 1BandID, some Zensah compression gear, or a sweet pair of Altra's.

      about 7 years ago Like2 people